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times best-seller "screwed" author dick morris. good to have you back. >> good to be here. >> let me start with the whole story they concocted is falling apart and the the middle east continues to burn and their policies are exposed as a failure. but the media in this country, their focus -- by the way, the media in this country is just a sellout media. they are focused on mitt romney. does it have an impact on the race? >> obviously it does and obviously the two stories the media aren't covering, minor stories, the failure of obama on foreign and domestic policy. but they are just not covering it. the economic data is getting worse and worse. obviously the u.s. prestige and position around the world is unraveling, as we speak. yet there's no focus on that. they are so busy digesting polls that show obama ahead that they can't cover the actual events that are taking place that define his presidency. >> look at these images, the american flag being burned, the embassies being raided and attacked, and al-qaeda flags being held up, "death to america." and then they say this has nothing
's ridiculous. >> let me read to you something that dick morris posted about the polling. he said, quote, the polling indicates a widespread lack of enthusiasm among obama's core support due to high unemployment, disappointment with his policies and the lack of novelty in voting for a black candidate now that he has served as president. if you adjust virtually any of the published polls to refleck the 2004 vote, they show the race tied or rom no ahead. a view much closer to reality. larry, what do you make of that? >> you can play lots of games with waiting. vidone it myself. but we have to take these polls as a whole, the polling averages. people ask me, what's the best poll? i always say, none of them. take the polling averages at real clear politics or pollster.com and when you take the averages i don't see what dick is projecting to be reality. maybe that will eventually happen. but it is not there yet. >> steve, larry mentioned this hiewmg gap in women voters -- why? what do you make of that? >> there is always a gender gap. the question is, and i think that dr. sabbato make this is
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